New contracts Russia and India in the field of military-technical cooperation

In particular, the contract for the supply to India 71 Mi-17V-5 for $ 1.3 billion, as well as a contract for the supply of technical kits for license production assembly 42 Su-30MKI aircraft worth $ 1.6 billion

Earlier it was reported that India is increasing grouping multi-role fighters Su-30MKI. At the moment, India has acquired from Russia 230 istrebiteleySu-30MKI fighters for a total of $ 8.5 billion, of which, under a license contract, signed in 2000, the corporation HAL is to build on their plants before the end of 2015, 140 fighters of this type. The Air Force India has already received more than 100 Su-30MKI fighters.

Su-30MKI developed under the requirements of the Indian Air Force. In Russia, the plane is built in as standard corporation "Irkut" ibid manufactured kits of the Su-30MKI, sent to build on the enterprise Indian corporation HAL.

The aircraft is equipped with two AL-31FP engines with thrust vector control. Installed on the aircraft radar type "Bars", which has phased array antenna provides a detection range of targets at a distance of at least 120-130 km in the forward hemisphere and more than 60 km — in the back. The fighter can carry a whole range of airborne weapons weighing up to eight tons. Range without refueling — up to 3000 km with one refueling — up to 5,200 km.

Currently, India is already getting Mi-17V-5 under the contract signed by the Ministry of Defence of India with "Rosoboronexport" in 2008, for the supply of 80 units of machinery valued at $ 1.34 billion

According to the holding company "Helicopters of Russia, the modification of the Mi-17V-5 is manufactured in accordance with the requirements of the Indian customer. These machines — one of the most modern in the world market as well as in the Indian Air Force.

In particular, set in a helicopter new VK-2500 engines with electronic control system have higher performance in power, which is especially important in hot climates and high mountains. In the event of failure of one of the engines of the other power supply provides a safe continuation of the flight before boarding the helicopter.

Earlier it was reported that India is increasing grouping multi-role fighters Su-30MKI. At the moment, India has acquired from Russia 230 istrebiteleySu-30MKI fighters for a total of $ 8.5 billion, of which, under a license contract, signed in 2000, the corporation HAL is to build on their plants before the end of 2015, 140 fighters of this type. The Air Force India has already received more than 100 Su-30MKI fighters.

Su-30MKI developed under the requirements of the Indian Air Force. In Russia, the plane is built in as standard corporation "Irkut" ibid manufactured kits of the Su-30MKI, sent to build on the enterprise Indian corporation HAL.

The aircraft is equipped with two AL-31FP engines with thrust vector control. Installed on the aircraft radar type "Bars", which has phased array antenna provides a detection range of targets at a distance of at least 120-130 km in the forward hemisphere and more than 60 km — in the back. The fighter can carry a whole range of airborne weapons weighing up to eight tons. Range without refueling — up to 3000 km with one refueling — up to 5,200 km.

Currently, India is already getting Mi-17V-5 under the contract signed by the Ministry of Defence of India with "Rosoboronexport" in 2008, for the supply of 80 units of machinery valued at $ 1.34 billion

According to the holding company "Helicopters of Russia, the modification of the Mi-17V-5 is manufactured in accordance with the requirements of the Indian customer. These machines — one of the most modern in the world market as well as in the Indian Air Force.

In particular, set in a helicopter new VK-2500 engines with electronic control system have higher performance in power, which is especially important in hot climates and high mountains. In the event of failure of one of the engines of the other power supply provides a safe continuation of the flight before boarding the helicopter.

Installed avionics allowing for the enforcement helicopters day and night in any weather conditions.

For this version of the Mi-17V-5, a new set of navigation and electronic display. All flight and navigation data as well as the signals from the main systems of the helicopter is reflected in four multi-function displays, which greatly reduces the load on the crew.

Mi-17 — the average multi-purpose helicopter, an export version of the Mi-8. Versatility and high performance characteristics have made this series helicopters among the most popular in the world of Russian-made helicopters.

To date, produced more than 12 thousand helicopters of the Mi-8/17, which were delivered to 110 countries. Holding "Helicopters of Russia" makes modern modifications Mi-8/17 helicopter in two plants — the Kazan Helicopter and Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant
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